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236       XIII    INTEGRATION

integrals Jn = f vn(t) dp(t) is bounded above. For this purpose, note that we may

write vn(t) = (j/(t)to)(0)/wC/(0) for a suitably chosen /^-measurable mapping j of X

into I, and majorize Jtf by using the Cauchy-Schwarz inequality and (a) above.)

(c)   Suppose that the hypotheses of (b) are satisfied and also that lim w(ri) = +00.

00                                                                                                                                                         OO

If the an are real and if the series  # w2W converges, show that the series  anfn(t)

n=l                                                           ir-l

converges almost everywhere in A. (Start by using Problem 8(b) of Section 13.11.
Then, in order to majorize \sn(t)  snk(t)\ for nk^n<nk+lt determine an increasing

sequence (cn) of numbers   >0 such that  limc^+oo   and  tf w2(/z)c* < + oo

(Section 5.3, Problem 6), so that the numbers bn = an w(ri)cn are of the form (g \fn)
for some g e -^R(X, ft). Then use the fact that, by virtue of (b), the partial sums

are bounded for almost all / e A, and apply Abel's partial summation

*_i
formula.)

(d)   Deduce from (c) that if |HnCs)| ^ c for all s e A and all , and if the series

oo

converges, then the series Y< anfn(t) converges almost everywhere in A. (Use Problem

n=l

6 of Section 5.3 again.)

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12.   (a)   Let (cn) be a sequence of real numbers such that  cj < +00. Show that the

n=l

oo

series  cnrn(t) (the notation is that of Problem 10) converges almost everywhere in

I with respect to Lebesgue measure A. (Express the Rademacher functions as linear
combinations of the functions of the Haar orthonrmal system (Section 8.7, Problem 7),
and note that Problem 1 Id) is applicable to the latter orthonormal system (cf. Section
13.17, Problem 2).)

(b) Given any sequence (an) of real numbers, a real e > 0 and a measurable set
A c I, show that there exists an integer 0 such that

whenever m>n^nQ. (Use the Cauchy-Schwarz inequality, the fact that the functions
riMo(0 with '<7 form an orthonormal system (Problem 10(d)) and BesseFs in-
equality applied to this system and to the function <pA ,

(c) Let (amn) be a double sequence of nonnegative numbers such that for each m
the set of integers w ^ 1 for which amn ^ 0 is finite, and such that lim amn = 1 for each

m-^oo

n. Also let (cn) be a sequence of complex numbers such that, if we put

the sequence (Sm(f)) is convergent in an integrable set A c I of positive measure.

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Show that X | c 1 2 < +   (By virtue of Egoroff 's theorem, there exists an integer

n=l

n0 and a set B c A of positive measure, such that for all m^nQ and q > p ^ HQ , we I. For each /el, the set TT"!(/)